In Serbia there are 127 known geothermal springs and it is assumed that there are twice more springs at different locations.
"Keeping in mind that the largest boron ore deposits in Europe are located in the vicinity, Piskanja and Pobrdje deposits,"
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"The minerals occur in a chain of sedimentary basins extending along the Balkan peninsula, with Jarandol perhaps having the most borates."
"There are several boron-rich (up to 2000 ppmB) hot springs in the basin."
"PURE ulexite (NaCaB5)9-8H2O) and colemanite were usually found in the central section"
"ESTIMATED TO CONTAIN 10 million metric tons of reserves"
January 8, 2013
License Covers 35 km2 In Basin That Hosts Two Known Boron Deposits
Erin Ventures Inc. (TSXV: EV) has received an exclusive exploration license for additional territory within the Jarandol Basin in Serbia. The Jarandol Basin hosts two known borate deposits,
VERY HIGH GRADE
Colemanite 40% b2o3 FOB Buenos Aires $690/$730.00
Ulexite 40% B2O3 FOB Buenos Aires $666.00/$697.00/tonne
Ulexite grandular 40% B2O3 Chile $692/$730 tonne
Hole #101 returned a total of 18.9 metres of high-grade borates within the two main beds, including intersections of: 11 metres of 44% B2O3; 2.9 metres of 48.9% B2O3; and 2.8 metres of 43.7% B2O3.
Hole #116 returned a total of 17.75 metres of high-grade borates in 6 zones, including a 5.3 metre zone averaging 46.8 percent B2O3, over the mineralized region. IN 6 ZONES
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